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About Mercedes-Benz 260E

As a member of the Mercedes-Benz W124, which is the internal chassis designation for some versions of the E-Class as well as the first generation to be officially referred to as E-Class, Mercedes-Benz 260E was built by the Daimler-Benz between 1987 and 1989 as a mid-size executive car. Originally introduced as a model in the W124, 260E had been available for only three model years in the North American market before being discontinued.
Mercedes-Benz 260E (W124) made its debut for the 1987 model year and came in only one body style, 4-door sedan and came in only one trim level. But there was a model named 260E 4Matic in this lineup as well. Featured a front suspension using a separate spring and damper with a rubber top mount and a rear suspension featuring the Mercedes multi-link axle, 260E was also equipped with a single windscreen wiper hat had an eccentric mechanism at its base that extended the wiper's reach to the top corners of the windscreen, optional headrests that would fold down remotely to improve rearward visibility when required, a "neighbor-friendly" rear door that was pulled in the shut-position silently and automatically by a sensor-controlled servomotor, a tight-fitting rear gate that could minimize the cabin noise, additional oxygen sensor in the exhaust system in conjunction with a semi-electronic fuel injection system, could make the engine run more efficiently. During its whole lifetime, Mercedes-Benz 260E had been powered by a 2.6 L inline 6-cylinder engine rated at 158-168 horsepower and 162-177 lb-ft of torque and power was sent through a 5-speed manual transmission to the rear wheels or four wheels.

Mercedes-Benz 260E Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Boasting superior build quality, roomy cabin, powerful engine and a long list of standard luxury features, Mercedes-Benz 260E had been a favorite among many drivers. However, after all, the present 260E is not a young model anymore. You had better know how to diagnose and solve these common problems on it in advance:
First, according to the car repair statistics site, rough idle ranks first among all other problems on Mercedes-Benz 260E. It is said that this phenomenon appears when the vehicle reaches a very short mileage. If you know something about how the vehicle works, then you may have realized the engine has something wrong. Because once the engine works abnormally, its performance will impact the driving experience, you had better get it solved as soon as possible before it shortens the vehicle lifespan. According to experienced 260E drivers, when the engine starts to make strange sounds such as whining, squealing or rattling, you need to keep an eye on it in case it runs roughly, misfires, stalls and even suffers from starting issues afterward. If the Check Engine Light is illuminated, you had better perform a thorough inspection on the 260E spark plug, air filter, oil filter, engine control module, oxygen sensor, exhaust manifold gasket, fuel pump and valve cover gasket.
Second, for Mercedes-Benz 260E drivers, another horrible problem would be the braking failure, which could bring fatal accidents at any time and you had better pay more attention to it. In fact, most 260E drivers understand the significance of a well-functioning braking system. To help them to get this problem solved sooner, here are some signs of it provided by professional 260E repairmen. It often starts with noisy brakes, leaking braking fluids, and pulsating brakes, then it will evolve in brakes responding poorly, the rear brake getting locked up on the wet surfaces and parking brake could not hold the vehicle properly. The illuminated Brake Warning Light and Parking Brake Light are the most obvious signs for you to inspect the 260E brake pad set, brake disc, brake drum, brake rotors, brake line, brake proportioning valve and parking brake cable immediately.
Moreover, please take routine maintenance on vulnerable auto parts of your Mercedes-Benz 260E seriously. The 260E seat belt, windshield wiper, wiper blade, antenna, cabin air filter, fog light and headlight must be on your routine maintenance list if you desire a perfect ride.
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